Great engineers never stop learning. They read articles, skim blogs, attend conferences, join meet-ups, and take classes. Software education in the classroom is a thriving industry and the courses for Ruby-on-Rails vary greatly in structure and curriculum. Strong opinions about the value of such classes have been heatedly expressed by NYC.rb members and we're eager to continue a constructive conversation during the meetup. In this talk, we will share our experience building a Ruby-On-Rails for Developers course, and go over the lessons learned when delivering this material to a class of 15 students of GeneralAssembly. We'll conclude with a few demos of student projects and a collaborative discussion of what this curriculum should include in the future.